Dr. Jessica Z. Taylor
Clinical Counseling, College of Graduate and Extended Studies, St. Louis
Assistant Professor; Assistant Director Master of Science in Clinical Counseling (MSCC) Program; MSCC Program Coordinator - St. Louis
- BS, Psychology, Georgia College & State University, 2003
- MA, Professional Counseling, McKendree University, 2008
- PhD, Counselor Education & Supervision, University of Missouri-St. Louis, 2013
- Certificate, University Teaching, University of Missouri-St. Louis, 2013
Selected Peer-Reviewed Publications
Taylor, J. Z., & Lewis, C. L. (in press). The shared emotional themes of illness and anaphylaxis: An application with relevance for medical family therapy. Journal article accepted to The Family Journal.
Taylor, J. Z., & Baltrinic, E. (in press). Teacher preparation, teaching practice, and teaching evaluation in counselor education: Exploring andragogy in counseling. Journal article accepted to the Wisconsin Counseling Journal.
Taylor, J. Z. (in press). Assimilative integration: Organizing your theoretical spice cabinet. Book chapter accepted for publication in Metaphors and therapy: Enhancing clinical supervision and education. (Vol. 2).
Taylor, J. Z. (in press). Thoughts, feelings, and expectations: Developing empathy for ‘resistant’ clients. Book chapter accepted for publication in the Handbook of experiential teaching in counselor education: A resource guide for counselor educators.
Taylor, J. Z. (in press). “In the best and worst class I ever had…”: Using a graffiti needs assessment activity to collaboratively discuss classroom norms and introduce one’s teaching philosophy. Book chapter accepted for publication in the Handbook of experiential teaching in counselor education: A resource guide for counselor educators.
Schubert, A., & Taylor, J. Z. (in press). Teaching radical respect: Increasing empathy for stigmatized groups through a relational-cultural theoretical lens. Book chapter accepted for publication in Social justice and advocacy in counseling: Experiential activities for teaching.
Schubert, A., & Taylor, J. Z. (in press). Exploring white fragility: An RCT approach to cultural competency. Book chapter accepted for publication in Social justice and advocacy in counseling: Experiential activities for teaching.
Taylor, J. Z., & Lewis, C. L. (2018). Counseling adults with food allergies after an anaphylactic reaction: An application of emotion-focused therapy. Journal of Mental Health Counseling, 40, 14-25. doi:10.17744/mehc.40.1.02
Baltrinic, E., Moate, R., Gimenez Hinkle, M., Jencius, M., & Taylor, J. Z. (2018). Counselor educators’ teaching mentorship styles: A Q methodology study. The Professional Counselor, 8, 46-59. doi:10.15241/erb.8.1.46
Taylor, J. Z., & Kashubeck-West, S. (2017). Counseling preferences of young adults with cancer. The Professional Counselor, 7, 259-271. doi:10.15241/jzt.7.3.259
Lewis, C. L., & Taylor, J. Z. (2017). Impact of prior ICU experience on ICU patient family members’ psychological distress. Intensive & Critical Care Nursing, 43, 129-135. doi: 10.1016/j.iccn.2017.09.008
Taylor, J. Z., Hutchison, B., & Cottone, R. R. (2013). Existentially-based individual and group counseling models for adult cancer survivors. In Ideas and Research You Can Use: VISTAS 2013. Retrieved from http://www.counseling.org/Resources/
Foster, D. G., Gould, H., Taylor, J., & Weitz, T. A. (2012). Attitudes and decision making among women seeking abortions at one U.S. clinic. Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health, 44, 117-124. doi:10.1363/4411712
Taylor, J. Z., & Cottone, R. R. (2011). Shifting to the systemic-relational paradigm in treating adults diagnosed with cancer. The Family Journal, 19, 281-285. doi:10.1177/1066480711406865